Pinkerator has some drum'n'bass releases on different labels, but he made some experiments to get his tracks more listenable (than danceable) direction, and that's the way this EP was born. From the middle of 2009 to January 2010, working with IDM / experimental / glitch tunes, he took eight results, and here they are.
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
Clear Chaos (Intro)
Make Us Happy
Imenem (Pinkerator Remix)
62 Seconds Examination (Outro)
All songs were born in the depths of Propellerhead Reason 4. The album is exactly eight tracks, there are intro, outro, and in the life of the listener, it takes a minimum of 20 minutes 10 seconds. 20-10, 2010 - something like a year when I finished it. We assume a happy coincidence. Work on a specific album took about six months - from the middle of 2009 to January 2010. Nevertheless, it has a track on which I began to work much sooner. This "Cymo relaxator", which was once the "Cymo Relaxant" - drum'n'bass track, but I strongly disliked their monotony and for that I had decided specifically to process. As well as a remix of "Imenem", I worked on (there will be very accurate) 19 June 2008. For a long time trying to understand how exactly I want to hear this remix, because original from my friend Grahera-Pobozar (in addition to writing music, this companion is extremely interesting photographs - pobozar.ru) and girl Djenet, holder of voice, personally I really like. I started to make this remix from scratch, throwing, trying to find the original sound, and now very happy, because it seems to me, it came out very dark and interesting.
A little reference about the tracks:
Clear Chaos - Thanks to my friend ZIF for a lovely buggy samples, which he recorded with the camcorder. Without them, this intro would sound quite different. And it is thanks for the tremendous monologue, the origin of which history is silent.
Akeldema - In this track entirely thanks Muddasheep. If not for him - was not used and the track.
Make Us Happy - Contains a part of the dialogue from the film "Stalker" by Tarkovsky.
62 Seconds Examination - Just thank Muslimgauze, for being cooked in my head porridge from an ax.